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About Belem

In nearby Rehaugene you can explore the 'Pyramids of the North' - six intriguing Bronze Age, earthen burial mounds. And if you are feeling like a spot of retail therapy, you're in luck - not only is Haugesund filled with charming markets it's also home to Norway's longest pedestrian street.

Belem boasts a collection of beautiful well-preserved colonial buildings, built during the extremely wealthy era of the 19th century Rubber Boom. And although the Basílica Santuario de Nazaré looks shabby from the outside, the interior is truly spectacular.

Revitalised riverfront warehouses are now home to trendy art-house theatres, small music venues and heady café-bars. And the iconic colonial building of the fascinating waterfront market, Mercado Ver-o-Peso, is as spectacular as the colourful displays within it. Try to get there early to see fishing boats unloading their daily catch.

 

Shore excursions in Belem

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